Join us in September and October – Free for All and Under the Knife

Don’t forget Banner Theatre’s Free For All show on 20th Sept. – 7.30 at Seven Arts Centre in Chapel Allerton,  £5 tickets via https://www.sevenleeds.co.uk asap! Banner Theatre is promising powerful songs, dynamic music, unique video footage and moving story telling.

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Friday 18th October “ Under the Knife” film showing, HEART, Headingley – free! It includes footage of Yorkshire campaigners. The film is being launched at the Curzon in London later this month with quite a fanfare then showings will take place across the country the week beginning 14th October. Other showings are being planned

The West Yorks and Harrogate Integrated Care System is up and galloping! Some excerpts

If you want to hear more or challenge the plans you can come along to the public “gallery” at

– Leeds Health and Wellbeing Board 16.9 at 1.50pm at the Moyes Centre, Bishop Way, Seacroft LS146NU and/or

– Leeds Adults, Health and Active Lifestyles Scrutiny Board on 17.9 1.30 in the Civic Hall .

Meanwhile please see and sign the petition against Trade Deals which KONP has worked on with We Own it an, Global Justice et al. https://weownit.org.uk/nhs-trade-deal-action

Join us demonstrating at the Tory Party Conference Sunday 29th Sept. assembling 12 noon in Oxford Road, Manchester. You can book places on Leeds Trades Council coach at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/leeds-coach-to-manchester-to-the-protest-against-tory-party-conference-tickets-71996065169

And there is still time to book places on the Mental Health Summit in London organised by KONP , Health Campaigns Together and Mental Health Time for Action. Sat. 28th September at the Royal Free Hospital in London 10-5pm. Info and booking at https://keepournhspublic.com/its-time-to-act-mental-health-crisis-summit-launched/

Hope to see you at the next meeting on Wed 25th September 6.30-8pm which will focus on developing our campaign strategy for the coming months. We need your ideas !

Join us tomorrow evening

An update re the Bradford Royal Infirmary workers struggle against being transferred into a Wholly Owned Subsidiary.

What Johnson is or isn’t promising the NHS.

The relentless march of the West Yorks and Harrogate Integrated Care System which is meeting for the 2nd time tomorrow in Wakefield.

Resistance to the NHS being subject to trade deals with the US.

The latest from Reclaim Social Care.

Election or no election ! etc

We will have fliers for Banner Theatre’s “Free For All” show on the NHS at SEVEN ARTS CENTRE in Chapel Allerton on September 20th, info re “Under The Knife” film showings, the Health Campaigns Together Summit on mental health in London on Saturday 28th September and the march at the Tory Conference on Sunday 29th September.

Banner Theatre – Free for All in Leeds 20th September

Tickets are now on sale

Friday 20th September at Seven Arts , Chapel Allerton.

The show is being brought to Leeds by Leeds KONP with generous support from Unite LTHT Branch, Unite NE/GEO/12 Branch and GMB

Tickets £5.00 and we expect the show to sell out, so grab yours soon!

https://leedskeepournhspublic.files.wordpress.com/2019/08/banner_theatre_free_for_all_leaflet_seven_arts_centre.pdf

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Join us this Saturday to give Bradford’s mad WOS plans the boot

Dewsbury and Leeds KONP are getting together to set up a Health Campaigns Together stall this Sat. 17th 11.30 – 1pm in Bradford City centre to urge people to support the NHS staff at Bradford Royal Infirmary resisting being transferred out of the NHS into a company which would ( for the moment !) be wholly owned by BRI (!)

We will have music fliers, placards and letters for people to send to the Hospital Board and Governors. Please join us if you can outside the entrance to the Broadway Shopping Centre off Well Lane near Holland and Barrett, close to the Cathedral and Kala Sangam Arts Centre, BD1 1UA

Our amazing NHS staff expect to be on indefinite strike from Bank Holiday Monday 26th Aug and plans are afoot for an HCT rally to support them outside the hospital at 12 noon on 26th.

Any support much appreciated. The strikers have been a beacon of solidarity, fighting spirit, warmth and optimism – it has been a tonic to join the picket line – but this will be their third time out and first with a commitment to indefinite action. Management want to impose a WOC from 1st October so time is getting thin to win. It is essential that the struggle is broadened, other trade unions get on board, MPs and councilors dig their heels in and the Bradford public start making a really big noise

Let’s give it some real welly !!